Dreaming in Cuban - Imagining Winter: Celia's Letters: 1956 - 1958 Summary & Analysis

Cristina Garcia
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Imagining Winter: Celia's Letters: 1956 - 1958 Summary

Celia tells Gustavo that Lourdes is seeing a new man named Rufino Puente, who comes from one of the wealthiest families in Cuba. Jorge is very jealous that he is losing his daughter to another man, yet Lourdes continues to see Rufino. Celia is amazed at how much of a woman her first daughter has become.

Spring has arrived and Celia contemplates the last time that she saw Gustavo. She wonders if her relationship with him through letters is better than watching him grow old and indifferent next to her. She recalls how the other men tried to talk "sweet nonsense" to her, but Gustavo was different. Gustavo expected more from her and this is why Celia loved him so much.

Lourdes is going to marry Rufino in three months. Jorge blames all of his...

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